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All aboard! Motorist in Mexico packs ALL his home belongings including couches and cabinets on top of slowly moving Ford pickup truck

 Ford Motor Company's F-150 pickup truck has been billed as the type of vehicle that can meet every single challenge that's thrown its way - apparently also including moving all of your home belongings in a single trip.

That's exactly what one resident from Mexico proved recently when he hauled every single piece of furniture that he owned on his pickup truck, as seen on a video recorded by a fellow motorist and later uploaded to TikTok -  although it was deleted by the social media platform, according to @lapipadelapaz.

Cabinets, bed frames, dressers, couches, tables and even a metal object that resembled a gas tank were neatly stacked up on top of the F-150's flatbed and on a makeshift flat platform that extended over the light-duty vehicle's roof.

While it looked that the furniture could cause a spill on the road, all of the items were tightly secured with  multiple ropes that wrapped around the cargo.


TikTok user @lapipalelapaz shared a video that shows the shocking moment a pickup truck was used to move all of a home's furniture

TikTok user @lapipalelapaz shared a video that shows the shocking moment a pickup truck was used to move all of a home's furniture 


One Tik Tok user joked that years of playing the famous tile-matching video game, Tetris, helped the homeowner stack up his belongings.

'You see that Tetris did help!' Sole Carrasco wrote. 'That is a work of art! It goes to the museum!'

Jesús Vásquez Montes chimed in: 'That is from another planet. Incredible how they loaded it. Incredible how they are going to remove it.' 

According to Ford, the F-150 pickup truck can carry a load ranging from 1,840 pounds to 3,250 pounds.  

According to Ford, the F-150 pickup truck can carry a load ranging from 1,840 pounds to 3,250 pounds.

According to Ford, the F-150 pickup truck can carry a load ranging from 1,840 pounds to 3,250 pounds.

Cabinets, bed frames, dressers, couches, tables and even a metal object that resembled a gas tank were neatly stacked up on top of the F-150's flatbed and on a makeshift flat platform that extended over the light-duty vehicle's roof. To prevent the furniture from crashing to the road lanes, the items were carefully strapped down with multiple ropes

Cabinets, bed frames, dressers, couches, tables and even a metal object that resembled a gas tank were neatly stacked up on top of the F-150's flatbed and on a makeshift flat platform that extended over the light-duty vehicle's roof. To prevent the furniture from crashing to the road lanes, the items were carefully strapped down with multiple ropes

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